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30+ Samsung Galaxy S10 tips and tricks


Samsung’s new Galaxy S10 smartphones are among some of the best devices we’ve tested in a long time. Along with their incredible hardware, Samsung has packed in quite a few unique software features which allow you to customize the phones to your heart’s content.

If you’re not familiar with Samsung’s new One UI software skin or simply don’t know all the features that are available in these new phones, this article’s got you covered. We’ve compiled more than 30 of the most useful tips and tricks for the Samsung Galaxy S10 which will give you a better understanding of the phone and allow you to enjoy it to its fullest.

Samsung Galaxy S10+ review

This list doesn’t include every last feature, so please feel free to leave us a comment and highlight a favorite feature of yours if we happened to have missed it.

The camera sensors included on the Galaxy S10 smartphones are pretty good, but Samsung’s image processing simply isn’t the best. Fortunately, the GCam camera app from the Pixel 3 has already been ported to the Samsung Galaxy S10, allowing you to capture and process images with the S10 as the Pixel 3 would. The instruction below will get the GCam installed and configured in no time.

  1. Download the latest Google Camera APK
  2. Install the APK on your Samsung Galaxy S10
  3. Download the config files for the saved settings.
  4. Extract the config files to  /Internal Storage/GCam/Configs/ on your device
  5. Open the app and double tap the black area next to the shutter button.
  6. Select option s10csMar2.xml and then tap restore

It sounds a bit confusing since there are a lot of steps, but it honestly takes less than 2 minutes from start to finish. With GCam installed and configured properly, your Galaxy S10 will not capture better photos when you use the GCam camera app.

Nick Gray
I'm a life-long tech enthusiast who has a soft spot for HTC. After writing about tech for more than a decade, I jumped at the opportunity to take on the role of Editor in Chief at Phandroid. Please contact me at [email protected].

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